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01:33 min | 1 year ago

"karen regal wbz" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"622 People are in the hospital. 166 patients are in intensive care President Biden expected to speak any time now, about What could happen with strategies to fight that covid pandemic in this country. The president is expected to issue some stronger vaccine mandates, federal workers and some new requirements for large Private employers. I'm Stephen Portnoy. These policies are receiving strong pushback from Republicans and from public sector unions. The White House warns. Federal workers who won't get vaccinated could be disciplined, even fired and large companies that violate the forthcoming OSHA rule could face substantial fines. Federal Law Enforcement Officers Association says the president's order quote villainize his employees for reasonable concerns. It was first day of school in Boston today in real person classrooms, even with the bus driver shortage that constant headaches I'm very proud to say that all of our bus routes were covered today. We had 57% on time Arrival. That is higher than last year. Boston Acting Mayor Kim Janey describes seeing kids walked back into a school building for the first time in a long time as joyful for our first graders who were coming into school. For many of them. It's their first time In a school building. They spent their entire kindergarten kindergarten years in zoom, so it was a very important milestone. Kids do have to be masked in school. There are other precautions. Being taken as well with the mayor in Hyde Park, Karen Regal WBZ Boston's NewsRadio..

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"karen regal wbz" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

04:51 min | 1 year ago

"karen regal wbz" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"A panel of CBC Advisors have approved the use of visors vaccine in kids as young as 12 director, Dr Rochelle Walensky expected to sign that approval in the coming hours, President Biden praising the move by the CDC. The bottom line is this Vaccine for kids between the ages of 12 and 15 are safe. Effective. Easy, fast and free. Now the FDA giving their thumbs up for the same age range earlier this week. So what does all this mean for kids in Massachusetts, People aged 12 to 15 will be able to book appointments. Access to walk up appointment beginning on Thursday, May 13 Governor Baker today in Norwood. Now teams will be able to get the vaccine without their parents there, but they will have to bring signed permission. Also CBS already tonight, allowing parents to book a book Fizer vaccination appointments for their kids starting tomorrow. Now, normally we get the new numbers out each night from DPH around five o'clock. Still no numbers out just yet. They say they're having a delay in the release of those numbers tonight when we get them. Of course, we'll let you know right here on WBZ. Six Oh, one. Let's go to Capitol Hill now where today in Massachusetts Congressman stood out during a house oversight hearing on the Capitol insurrection. Details from CBS is Stacey Lynn. Acting Defense Secretary, Christopher Miller was getting grilled by Democratic representative Stephen Lige about former President Trump's involvement in the riot, Miller had said in written testimony prior to the hearing. Mr Trump's comments encouraged the protesters, but then he backtracked. It's not the unitary factor at all There was no, it seems clear There was no Organized conspiracy. Lynch continued to call Miller out that was this morning. So so this is that this is that There is a very recent reversal of your of your testimony. Absolutely not. That's ridiculous. You're ridiculous. Stacey Lynn CBS News Capitol Hill, and During the testimony, Miller responded to critics who say help arrived too late to help those officers during the riot. Decided logistical challenges in questions of legal boundaries. In a domestic response, former acting Eiji Jeffrey Rosen, also testifying today condemning the Capitol attack, he said the Justice Department quickly deployed more than 500 federal agents to try to help the overwhelmed Capitol police and it's six so to the nation's biggest experiment. Indirect income is coming to a close. WBC's Karen Regal has more details on how that program worked one in eight families and Chelsea in a partnership between the city and nonprofits have been receiving two and $400 a month on the prepaid visa card. Harvard Kennedy Schools Rap Report Institute crunch some numbers and found more than 70% of the money went to food. Next on that list was clothing bomb. Gino, who leads the United Way of Massachusetts Bay in Merrimack family says Very little money went to non essentials. Very small. Percentage literally left than half of 1% were spent in places that you know that you can easily identify as places that might be less oriented toward supporting my family needs directly. He'd like to see the program extended and says, fears that underprivileged people will blow money on luxuries. Well, that didn't happen here. Karen Regal WBZ Boston's news radio Coming up next way, Go again. Take six for NASA's rocket launch tonight. Details on that coming up in less than five minutes. Right now, 63. We checked traffic and weather together every 10 minutes. Subaru retailers of New England all wheel drive traffic on the threes victim lays out the town like The expressway never had a chance today in the cold. It's been one problem after the next and it's the North Bound Express way. That's a complete standstill. Coming up from Braintree. It's a crash, A number of cars were involved. Couple of SUVs. This is just before the Furnace Brook Parkway exit. It's blocking the two left lanes right at the start of the expressway. Delays are reaching back towards route 24 delays a reaching on the route three back to Union Street. So a real struggle here. Trying to get just trying to get to the expressway. Now, Self out is still stop and go from the tunnel to South Bay. And then you're back in it by squad, Um, street, so still looking at a tough ride South bound as well Now elsewhere, 24 South is now jammed room 1 39 down into Avon. Just getting word of a crash here just after Harrison Boulevard. At least one lane has gone there. I should mention the born bridges been reduced to one lane both directions with ongoing bridgework at least a mile on route 25 Andrew 28 now up to the north Won 28 North bounds actually better coming up through wall Fam and Lexington. There isn't stopping Goa past 93 south bound delays coming down past 1, 14 and Peabody and then 1 29 down past north half Route three and 93 north or better up towards 4 95. Everyone's pretty good, but the Tobin Bridge, Outbound is still backed up. All the airport tunnels are okay in the lower decks in good shape to my king WBC's traffic on.

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Marty Walsh Confirmed as Secretary of Labor, Says Farewell to Boston

WBZ Afternoon News

02:25 min | 1 year ago

Marty Walsh Confirmed as Secretary of Labor, Says Farewell to Boston

"Press conference wrapping up at Faneuil Hall that farewell from Mayor Marty Walsh, saying goodbye to the hub because he's on his way Stout. Mayor confirmed today by the Senate to serve as our next labor secretary. WBC's match here was there at Faneuil Hall. He's with us live now, What did the mayor have to say? Well, then call the soon to be former mayor was emotional today and for good reason he got choked up while talking about going from being a door Chester kid to the mayor of Boston, And then he spoke with great pride about his accomplishments as mayor like lowering the crime rate and raising the graduation rate. Eventually, he went off script, looking straight into the camera, thanking everyone from the bottom of his heart. Now when it came time for questions He said he would not be endorsing a candidate in the mayoral race. And actually, this was funny. He said he had been planning to run for reelection and even one as far as to get bumper stickers printed. Those might be fun collector's item someday. But when all was said and done, the soon to be secretary walked out. The same way he walked into a big big applause and then my favorite part of the whole night, he crossed the street from Faneuil Hall back to City Hall, all while being serenaded by key tar Bear. And if that's not the most Boston way to end your term as mayor, I don't know what is live in Boston match. Shearer WBZ Boston's news radio here, My friend. All right, thank you so much Matt now before he was chosen as labor secretary of the Boston's mayor, Boston mayor's position rather was really the job of a lifetime for that door. Chester Kid Rock 1 20. 13 and Marty Walsh became Mira Boston on January, 2014 made Boston a place where dreams come through. In his election night speech, Walsh called Boston a city of second chances. And a few years later, he hammered that point home in a prime time speaking slot at the 2016 Democratic National Convention. My name is Marty Walsh on I'm an alcoholic mere Walsh, known for giving his personal cell phone number two people attempting recovery. Some things were promised, and some things didn't happen. Universal pre K and a Boston Olympics are huge to mortgage the future of the city away. Refused to put Boston on the hook for overruns. Walser pointed the city's first black police commissioner, William Gross, So help me God. So help me God. Congratulations, Commissioner and he dealt with covert. And in January delivered his final state of the city with tears in his eyes. This city is not just my hometown is my heart. Karen Regal WBZ Boston's news radio. So tonight at

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Gender Inequities Persist in Boston Politics

WBZ Midday News

01:29 min | 1 year ago

Gender Inequities Persist in Boston Politics

"Is International Women's day to day when we honor the women in our lives who have inspired us loved us made incredible strides in the world. WBZ is Karen Regal spoke with the mayoral candidates in Boston about the women who inspired them and what they want to see in the years ahead. It's a historical time in Boston politics, with women dominating the race to replace Marty Walshes mayor who was expected to resign. Any day now. Counselor Michelle Wu says this pandemic has shown how many inequities persists. We are In a moment of crisis that has revealed how much of the often invisible costs are on the shoulders of women and mothers and caregivers in our society there, Andrea Campbell says women running for office This is how change happens. Women are trained, transforming politics and transforming the world and that is happening, of course in the city of Boston as we see or women Entering politics in and taking over other critical leadership roles, which is important. Anita Asami George, counselor and candidate for mayor says to be the first elected Mayor, female Mayor, Woman mayor of Boston and excited about that Kim Janey is expected to become acting there after mayor Walls departs for Washington. Now the mayor of Boston salary is set by ordinance, but you should know, according to US census figures, Ah woman still makes about 83 cents for every dollar A man makes in the Commonwealth. For the same work. Karen Regal WBZ Boston's news radio.

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Baker Says Teachers in Mass. Will Be Eligible to Receive Vaccine Beginning March 11

Nightside with Dan Rea

00:39 sec | 1 year ago

Baker Says Teachers in Mass. Will Be Eligible to Receive Vaccine Beginning March 11

"Welcoming Governor Baker's announcement today that as of March, 11th teachers can start registering to get a Corona virus vaccine shot. The Mass Teachers Association got what it wanted. After the Biden administration called for all teachers to be vaccinated, CBS posted on its Web site. It would allow teachers to be vaccinated. And now the Baker administration will open the door starting next week Empty a president Mary knew. Jimmy, speaking outside Watertown High School, calls it a joyful day. In the end, it is going to get us to reach the goal that we all want, which is full of personal. You know, The sooner that we get this started, the sooner we could get to him personally. Teachers were in the next phase of vaccinations in the Commonwealth. Karen Regal WBZ,

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Boston and Greater Massachusetts are opening up vaccine eligibility to teachers next week

WBZ Afternoon News

00:41 sec | 1 year ago

Boston and Greater Massachusetts are opening up vaccine eligibility to teachers next week

"Educators in Massachusetts will be eligible to sign up for a covert vaccine a week from tomorrow. Nobody VCs Karen Regal tells US teachers are excited about the move. The Mass Teachers Association got what it wanted. After the Biden administration called for all teachers to be vaccinated, CBS posted on its Web site. It would allow teachers to be vaccinated. And now the Baker administration will open the door starting next week Empty a president Mary Jimmy, speaking outside Watertown High School, calls it a joyful day. In the end, it is going to get us to reach the goal that we all not, which is fooling personally, you know, The sooner that we get this started, the sooner we could get to them personally. Teachers were in the next phase of vaccinations in the Commonwealth. Karen Regal WBZ

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2 Killed in ‘Tragic' Construction Accident in Boston

WBZ Afternoon News

00:48 sec | 1 year ago

2 Killed in ‘Tragic' Construction Accident in Boston

"Have two workers killed in a construction accident in downtown Boston this morning, are grappling with their sudden loss. WBC's Karen Regal reports. This happened on High Street. This is a tragic incident. The victims, their families and their co workers. It's unclear if the two men were hit by a truck and then thrown into the trench on high strength, But a crane had to be brought into lift that truck off that trench. Boston police superintendent in chief Gregory Long says rescue crews were able to reach the men located the bodies of two males. Both males were pronounced on scene. It was obvious this was a search and recovery, not a rescue. Ah, hard hat lay on the street as federal and local investigators worked as men and hard house watched and as family members wept and asked why reporting from Boston's financial District Karen Regal WBZ Boston's NewsRadio

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Massachusetts Governor Charlie Baker addresses COVID-19 vaccine signup problems, website critics push back

Nightside with Dan Rea

00:53 sec | 1 year ago

Massachusetts Governor Charlie Baker addresses COVID-19 vaccine signup problems, website critics push back

"Last week's crash of the state's vaccine. Senate website Governor Charlie Baker's says his administration's working to make it better. Governor Baker didn't address the website failure head on, instead waiting for reporters to ask questions about it. He rebuffed again calls from lawmakers to dump the complicated Web site and go with the pre registration system, saying the issue here is anxiety when you get 450,000 requests for vaccine new first dose vaccines each week. You have 130001st dose vaccines that are available. That creates anxiety when you have a million people. Are eligible. Get a vaccine and you only get 130001st doses a week that creates anxiety Website. Critics have pushed back against that, saying the issue is the process of signing up at the Statehouse. Karen Regal WBZ Boston's NewsRadio

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Powerful winter storm slams the Northeast after hitting Midwest

WBZ Afternoon News

01:29 min | 1 year ago

Powerful winter storm slams the Northeast after hitting Midwest

"Warning in effect until five o'clock tomorrow morning high wind warning over the cape. We've got the snow. We got the blowing and drifting. We even have some coastal concerns. Charlie Baker says the state will be keeping an eye on the shoreline. Biggest question. We don't know the answer to is what the heavier snow is going to translate into, along with the high winds with respect. Our issues in the South coast down along the Cape and perhaps his far up North is escape in Governor Baker urging all residents to stay off the roads as much as possible. Today, road conditions have started to deteriorate already. They will continue to get worse as we go through the evening. Can't say tootling so gallivanting through Lowell right now. WBC's Karen Regal how with roads up there right now, then the roads are still down two pavement, but the snow is coming down. Faster here in Lowell. I'm along route 38, which is a retail strip coming out of global and it took story or vice versa. Depending on what direction you're coming, too, And traffic is pretty much a decent at this point. We can start to see the snow piling up. You see the cars with the snow on top of them Less than an instinct at this point that the point being been that the snow is getting heavier. It's continuing to come on down. If I can quote the price is right here. A mass dot says it has over 1000 pieces of equipment on the road and I seen them. They're going around free trading at this point. It's a little early for plows. But those those will be coming then reporting from Lowell, Karen Regal WBZ Boston's news radio, we are dealing

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"karen regal wbz" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

04:19 min | 1 year ago

"karen regal wbz" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"No injuries, however, being reported where fire crews working through the tough and cold conditions overnight on Maple Street. It's here. A new Corona virus. Variant, which got its big break in South Africa has arrived in South Carolina. ABC News correspondent Zoran Shah says vaccines may not be able to keep off South African covert variant is now here in the United States to people with confirmed diagnosis in South Carolina, and neither know each other. The CDC is cautioning Americans to not travel Anthony Fauci, saying work is currently being done for a booster shot to bring up the effectiveness of the visor and Madonna vaccine. Means will already be on the road to being able to give people a boost that directs against the South African isolate. That's what we're doing right now, so we're just we're not taking any chances. Dorian Shaw, ABC NEWS LOS Angeles Getting the Corona virus vaccine not only in Massachusetts, but elsewhere in the country seems to be quite a trick. Clearing up the clutter here for those looking to schedule the covert shot in the Bay State. WBC's Karen Regal, says an emergency bill his hoping to make that process the whole lot easier. Legislation would drastically streamline the cluttered set up that exist now, creating a one stop set up online for scheduling and also creating a phone scheduling system. For people who really aren't into Tech One link people can go to essentially book They're coded 19 vaccination appointment the same way open table would work for a restaurant reservation or that orbits or Travelocity or kayak works for Ah hotel metal. Senator Eric Lesser introduced the legislation There have been Lots of complaints about the way things are set up now. Karen Regal WBZ Boston's news radio. 7 48 Sunshine just eight degrees here in Boston. We're watching Wall Street this morning. Down. Futures are off the mark by some 200 points and Senator Elizabeth Warren this morning blasts the SEC for its shortcomings as small time investors. In a group on the social media site Reddit keep manipulating the stock price, especially off game stop while paying the monthly rent just got more affordable in Boston. WBC's Mike Macklin tells us that's good news for you, but the landlord might be hurting. If you're a renter in Boston, and your lease is up. You may be in luck, You should have some bargaining power now, as rents are on the decline due to the pandemic, with students studying remotely. There are fewer records looking for an apartment, and that leaves landlords with vacant apartments and the likelihood they'll be willing to lower the rent to attract a new tenant. The rental market places jumper puts the median rent for a one bedroom apartment. In Boston at $2020 a month, but his vaccines get rolled out. Look for rents to stabilize and again begin to move up as demand picks up. Like Macklin WBZ Boston's NewsRadio Federal judge clears the way for a former Green Beret and his son to be extradited from Massachusetts back to Japan. Michael Taylor and his son Peter, accused of using a box in a bullet train to help the former head of Nissan. Carlos Goan Escape Japan on fraud. And embezzlement charges. Digging up history, Archaeologists in Israel discovered the remnants of one of the earliest mosques in the Muslim world, the foundations of the House of House of worship date back to the late seventh century. Some taking part of the excavation claimed the discovery points to an age of coexistence between Muslims, Christians and Jews. 7 50. Now let's take a look at entertainment news. Here's Billy cost to at our sister station. Kiss one away source this morning the weekend we'll get more time than any other artist doing the halftime show at the Super Bowl. They say it will be as long as 24 minutes and by the way, reports also suggests the weekend is spending $7 million of his own money on production apparently has a budget. And he's going over and just announced Martha Stewart and Snoop Dog will host this year's Puppy Bowl and John presents Key will host Saturday night Live tomorrow night machine Gun. Kelly will be the musical guest and with the entertainment report, I'm Billy Cost of the Matty Show on Kiss 108. Everyone.

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35 years after Challenger tragedy, nation remembers Christa McAuliffe

Nightside with Dan Rea

00:51 sec | 1 year ago

35 years after Challenger tragedy, nation remembers Christa McAuliffe

"The day since her tragic death, But Christa McAuliffe facility Chur. What started as a soaring moment of hope ended in tragedy. 73 seconds after the Challenger took off on January, 28th 1986, killing seven astronauts, including Christa McAuliffe, who would have been the first teacher in space. Born in Boston, a teacher and Concord, New Hampshire. Her legacy lives on at the Christa McAuliffe center at her alma mater, Framingham State. Irene Puro heads the McCall of center, but fundamentally, they think of message off. You know, you can do this. If I can fly to space. You can put your mind to what you really care about that you're passionate about and you can do it. Seven astronauts died that day. Your name's Dick Scobee, Michael Smith, Ellison Onizuka, Judith Resnik, Ronald McNair, Gregory Jarvis and Christa McAuliffe. Karen Regal WBZ Boston's news radio, and she began her screen career with

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Ayanna Pressley ‘Gravely Concerned’ Vaccines Aren’t Getting To Black And Brown Communities

WBZ Afternoon News

00:27 sec | 1 year ago

Ayanna Pressley ‘Gravely Concerned’ Vaccines Aren’t Getting To Black And Brown Communities

"Post pandemic. At the Statehouse. Karen Regal WBZ Boston's news radio congresswoman, Ayanna Presley is urging Governor Baker to make sure communities of color have access to Corona virus vaccine. In a letter, Presley says black and Latin next communities are the most impacted by the virus, and the Massachusetts vaccination plan falls short of serving them, She suggests prioritizing hot spot communities as well is partnering with community health centers across the state. Congresswoman also wants a public awareness

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"karen regal wbz" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

03:05 min | 1 year ago

"karen regal wbz" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"To have been your president. He gave his final speech as president to a small gathering of supporters and his family at joint base. Andrews president wished his successors well, but still Could not bring himself to say their names. I wish the new administration great luck and great success after he boarded Air Force One, CBS News has learned. The televisions on the flight were tuned to the inauguration proceedings heavy security in the nation's capital for the inauguration, as well as heavy security and state capitals. Nationwide In Boston, there was a noisy protest. Here's WBC's Karen Regal, starting with speeches. Parkman Bandstand is the sunset far away from the state owes, which is blocked off with metal police barricades. Police watched and didn't interact until a driver in an SUV on Charles Street appeared to get frustrated and tap some of the demonstrators who were in the road. Those demonstrators taunting that driver as that happened. And that is one police stepped in. Demonstrators continued on chanting from the police. In Copley Square. Karen Regal WBZ Boston's news radio time to check the highways. Now the Subaru retailers of New England all wheel drive traffic on the three Steve what you got for us well down. We're keeping an eye on a crash out west to 90 eastbound marbro. The exit The 4 95 south is closed. It was a fuel spill following a tractor trailer crash. There. That's gonna be closed till about midnight. Maybe later, the exit from 4 95,000 to 90 east. Also closed on the pikey have worked through delays. Eastbound by 2 90 westbound in north Craft. And afterward 1 22 Downtown O'Neill Tunnel, The North bound side. He gonna slow down passing a double right lane closure. No delays in the airport tunnels, But the Ted Williams is down, Elaine, inbound and outbound. So drive the westbound on grand from Charles Gate is closed. Your okay on the lever connector, The Tobin and the pike. South of the city Expressways Find 93 South and Randolph exit for the route. 24 is closed on route 24. The North bound side has delays for work and rein him right by route. 44 all is well up north. Nothing anyway on 1, 28 93 or Route one, this report sponsored by the Ad council. Okay, Dad's it's time to do the cabbage Patch, the running man or something more contemporary. The flaws. That's right. Dance like a dead with your kids Learn more at fatherhood Dog off Steve Perez WBZ 24 hour Traffic network seems to be a good fit for our small company. Any questions? Do you offer health benefits? Actually, we do. The Massachusetts Health Connector for business lets us offer comprehensive coverage, whether two or 10 employees. When can I start find affordable coverage for your company? At M a health connector dot org's Brian Thompson. Now with the AccuWeather forecast, We have a pretty quiet stretch of weather coming our way over the next several days. Really, No big storms on tap, at least through the weekend. Well, mostly clear sky tonight so at least to start than clouds will increase.

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"karen regal wbz" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

04:33 min | 1 year ago

"karen regal wbz" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Extra $2000 meeting the president's to ban for bigger payments on this vote. The ayes are 275. The nays are 134. Two thirds being in the affirmative rules are suspended. The bill is passed Texans Democrat Sheila Jackson Lee reading the vote, Kelly Measure now goes to the Republican controlled Senate, where the outcome is uncertain On another matter. The House has voted to override the president's veto of that defense policy bill, if okayed in the Senate would be the first veto override of the Trump presidency. The measure calling for 3% pay hikes for U. S troops. $740 billion in military programs and construction from Capitol Hill to Beacon Hill tonight, where Massachusetts House Speaker Robert Tulio will formally stepped down from his post this week. The announcement coming in a letter that was red in the House chamber earlier in the day, he'll step down from the speakership as well as a member of the House. Democrat from Winthrop has been speaker for a dozen years after being elected to the House back in 1990 representative Russell Holmes says he's no longer a candidate for House speaker and he wishes to proceed under one unified Democratic flag. Wednesday. I called The majority leader and clearly knew I did not have the vote and conceited and wish him all the well. Azaz. We move forward. Earlier will be stepping down and leaving the house at six o'clock tomorrow, and he plans to negotiate a job with Northeastern University now to covert 19. The latest report from the Department of Public Health shows more than 4000 newly confirmed cases and nearly 50 more deaths. Here's WBC's Carl Stevens, according to the latest daily update from the state Department of Public Health. There are now more than 2200 covert patients in hospitals. Across the Commonwealth putting hospitals statewide at 81% of capacity 430 are in ICUs. There are more than 4000 new cases, putting the estimated number of active cases back above 80,000 and the seven day positivity rate has shot up. Past 6.5%. There are 48 newly reported deaths among confirmed covert cases, bringing that total since the start of the pandemic in Massachusetts to 11,900. Carl Stevens, WBC Boston's news radio. Welcome back from the places you weren't supposed to go to over Christmas. Now it's time to hopefully stop the spread. There's WBC's Karen Regal. We've talked a lot to Dr Brendan Cruise with physician one URGENT care, which is running mobile covert 19 testing sites, including the one at Suffolk Downs. Actual cruise right now is bracing volume of people travel, They're going to need testing to get out their quarantine for the state. A negative test, he points out is not a golden ticket that you know that there's multiple days. That you could turn positive on Dunder stand there certain limitations of tough and really just be cautious. And, you know, risk not exposing yourself, making sure you wear your mask Try to fulfill distance. Really wash your hands. Those things actually mitigate the risk exposure and spread. Karen Regal WBZ, Boston's news radio, and in Brockton. Tonight, a deadly police involved shooting a man carrying weapon dead after being shot by police officers responding to a home on overload Kappa Nu, about three this afternoon after 11 Year old called 911 saying Two of their relatives were fighting. Neighbors reported hearing gunshots inside the home after police arrived at the scene. Police say the shot the man who was holding a weapon. He was taken to the hospital where he died. No names have been released. The Plymouth County D. A's office is investigating. Hey, No. Three. Checking the roads. Now, the Subaru retailers of New England all wheel drive traffic on the three years. David, what's going on tonight? Well, not too much at the moment, Don some reduced feeds on 4 95 south, getting by a crashed by the sugar Road overpass in Bolton before route 1 17, but beyond that is fine at the pike and the Pike itself looks good between the Worcester area in Boston. Tap on the brakes north of the city on 4 95 Before Ruth, three of a room three is clear between Lola Nashua, 90. Three's nonstop to and from New Hampshire. 1 20 Eights, Looking good between Burlington and Beverly Route ones. Okay around downtown, we have nothing to worry about. The expressway looks good 10 minutes either way between Boston and Braintree and no issues south of the city. David Straka Lino WBZ 24 hour Traffic Network. I'm Cindy Stamp, a host.

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"karen regal wbz" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:27 min | 1 year ago

"karen regal wbz" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Expected through the morning in mid day. In fact, we may see some improvement late, but it's just gonna be a cloudy, soggy day out there. We'll get an update on that forecast again coming up in just a few minutes and Boston Mayor Marty Walsh urging residents to reconsider. Their dinner plans. Today is WBC's match. Shearer. Many testing sites in the Boston areas are increased activity ahead of the holiday. But Mayor Walsh is warning that the results may give you a false sense of security. We don't want people to think that a negative test results allows you to have a normal Thanksgiving. You must still take precautions. For instance, Walsh says, if you must gather with people from outside of your household Try and keep the crowd down to 10 or fewer And of course, cover your mouth. We obviously sit down to dinner. You take the master off, But when you're in the house, you really should wear masks. Other tips from the mayor. No sitting next to each other on the couch, No sharing food and open a window. The forecast is 57 degrees. It rains So getting fresh air circulating through your house or your apartment is really, really important. That sure. WBZ Boston's news radio. Well, today, our sister station W Z. Alex will be playing Alice is restaurant four times. Remember how long that song is? It's 18 minutes and play four times today, because, well, that's what we do. But why WBC's Karen Riga wants to know way all know song. You can get anything You want that ever since restaurant and sure it mentions Thanksgiving, But it's not about Thanksgiving. So I asked a museum. Let's rock God, Carter! Alan, why we do this? Well, it's it's local Stockbridge. It's Thanksgiving adjacent, and, more importantly, because it's so engaging. That's not to say Carter's not a little confused too much. It's like why wasn't Led Zeppelin's Thank you, the song that would be played every Thanksgiving. Who knows Karen Regal WBZ, Boston's NewsRadio, son with you the shot Would still be loving you. One mountains crumble to the sea. They'll still be you and me. There's a few seconds out of 18 minutes. It is 802 and president Trump pardoning former national security adviser Michael Flynn Trump announcing the pardon yesterday, calling it.

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Protesters Call for Sweeping Police Reform in Boston, Across Massachusetts

Jay Talking

00:44 sec | 2 years ago

Protesters Call for Sweeping Police Reform in Boston, Across Massachusetts

"Two weeks of George Floyd was killed in Minneapolis demonstrators are still gathering this time also at Cambridge city hall they want money budgeted for the police allocated to social services I don't think I have to be a person of color to their I believe in humans and everybody should have the same rights and freedoms and safety across the street markets a homeless man who is black is watching those protests he's not overly impressed stop disrespecting stop looking at black bull flag there nothing that's if your blood is red just like mine Cambridge police are issuing an order requiring officers to intervene when they see unreasonable force being used in Cambridge Karen regal WBZ Boston news

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WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:56 min | 2 years ago

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"To vehicular traffic so the many restaurants that line the street concerned about fresco dining and comply with the governor's opening rules Jonathan o'connor owns juncos barring kitchen which has been open for twelve years now I'm definitely ready I mean we we stayed open through through through through for the past three months in Saint Patrick's day doing takeout delivery and then we're allowed to do beer and wine definitely it's exciting that we still be able to serve outside now and customer pulled the car up to block a terrorist is delighted to actually be at a restaurant I wish they could do a forever like a like another fan you'll haul you know in Waltham Karen regal WBZ Boston news radio three thirty three traffic and weather together the Subaru retailers of New England all wheel drive traffic on the threes very off too much well Sir the expressway then the news is not good the north bound expressway crawling through Savin hill basically from that Freeport street exit up to a left wing crash just be on Columbia road looks like it'll be cleared shortly but it's there right now the southbound expressway crawling out of the tunnel down towards the gas tank of it again first parkway to the split southbound almost thirty minutes from top to bottom now route three north is slow coming up to Norwell Hanover that's a lame taken up after route fifty three and on the Cape route six westbound is backed up a bit through Dennis with roadwork going on about bio exit nine for route one thirty four they've got you down to one lane for a bit there trouble so that Norris ninety three northbound jammed through a handover that's a crash up after four ninety five a car apparently veered into the guard rail for some reason then more delays from root to thirteen in Methuen up into Salem New Hampshire with road work going on across the border by then the Masterton pike westbound slow going from Sturbridge out into Brimfield with work out after I. eighty four only don't let me forget route one northbound jammed up to miles to Saugus the right lane is closed up past main street miking WBZ's traffic on.

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Boston - Moody Street In Waltham Closes As Restaurants Prepare For Outdoor Dining

WBZ Midday News

01:34 min | 2 years ago

Boston - Moody Street In Waltham Closes As Restaurants Prepare For Outdoor Dining

"WBZ's Karen regal joins us live at moody street in Waltham good afternoon good afternoon to you I am standing on the double yellow line on moody street and you may be asking yourself okay why then caromed charade is shocked to ridiculous traffic so that restaurants can set up patio here moody street if you've never been you got to go because they got restaurants around the world here in Waltham lining moody street and restaurants got love kind of late notice that the street was going to be closed and turned into a diner's paradise with patios are people going to put tables outside and enjoy themselves so far only terrorist right here has managed to set up tables outside but I've talked to other restaurant owners and their ordering them setting them up and getting things ready so far moody street a little quiet but as the older one bar here told me well it's Monday and things will be a little quiet he fully expects to have the outside of his restaurant festooned with lights with picnic tables with everything you could possibly need to come out here and enjoy a nice gin martini on a Friday night some some of the customers I talk to one who's sitting down outside all of the terrace restaurant said he has been waiting to the entire quarantine to come out here sit down and enjoy a member not of the knee is doing that right now also I cut interview short we can continue to enjoy himself with his wife but you'll be able to do this come out here down and enjoy this restaurant as they begin to open because Laurie you're gonna face to have the first step reporting from Waltham Karen regal WBZ Boston news radio all right Karen thank you empanadas good choice by that man on the

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WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:36 min | 2 years ago

"karen regal wbz" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Because they're great I had a conversation with everyone but we were very far away you so plus the wind was blowing so hard in such a direction that if if the plague ever reach that might be very surprised reporters later asking White House press secretary Kelly mac in any of that was a good idea to tell you that we take every single precaution to protect the president signed the same guidelines that are experts to put in place we clean the facility we social distance we keep people six feet away from one another for the second time this week the White House staffer has tested positive for covert nineteen this time it's vice president pence's press secretary Katie Miller Dario all bigger A. B. C. news and your listening to WBZ newsradio at six thirty one Good Friday evening while it's not a trend but more of a sign of hope from Boston tonight WBZ's Karen Riddell explains the mayor opened his press briefing as it usually does with the number of people who are sick and the number of people who have died today he was able to offer a handful of light on a positive note in Boston we have now confirmed that two thousand eight hundred and eighty two people have full recoveries with two hundred and seventeen that recorded just yesterday it was the first day that works since we started counting that we were if we had more recoveries in Boston the new cases which means a total number of active cases went down for the first time one day that it certainly doesn't market trends don't rip off your face coverings a toss that he and drying sanitizer quite yet the city canceled all festivals and parades through Labor Day at city hall Karen regal WBZ Boston news radio at six thirty to updating a story out of action for you tonight we've been following this story.

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Boston - As New Hampshire begins to reopen, another challenge emerges

Jay Talking

00:52 sec | 2 years ago

Boston - As New Hampshire begins to reopen, another challenge emerges

"New Hampshire salons are about to open again so you'd think salon owners would be happy well think again here's WBZ's Karen regal Amy liberally owned salon Bogar in Londonderry a four thousand square foot someone and has for thirty years but she is under the same restrictions as a salon or barber shop that is a quarter of the size ten people at a time total so that means I can have for stylist and for clients at a time and have two people in guest services greeting guests at the door and checking them out for their services this has strangled my ability to be able to make ends meet here's why first I let's commit more unemployment she says but if she doesn't open to lose clients and if she has to lay off any of our seventy five employees she has to pay back or federal small business loan instead of having it forgiven in New Hampshire Karen regal WBZ Boston news

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Harvard Says It Didn't Get Small Business Aid

WBZ Morning News

00:24 sec | 2 years ago

Harvard Says It Didn't Get Small Business Aid

"To be clear harbor did not take money for small businesses the eight million came up part of the carers act called the higher education emergency relief act other colleges got money to and its statement to WBZ newsradio Harvard points out it didn't apply for the money but it won't accept it due to political pressure most of the money was supposed to go to students at Harvard says it doesn't tend to meet that obligation Karen regal WBZ Boston

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WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:39 min | 2 years ago

"karen regal wbz" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Governor says the surge is still expected to peak between April tenth and April twentieth the also says we're not seeing the steep acceleration in cases at some other places have but remind folks the most effective weapon against this is rules like social distancing in the governor says it's not a time to get complacent Republicans joining Democrats making sure all Americans get free calls it nineteen tested publican senators Alexander and blood pushing HHS secretary aides are to confirm that both the regular covert nineteen test and the newer diagnostic screening for antibodies will be free for everyone in the US two trillion dollar relief bill says the first test is covered but HHS can make the second one free to both senators saying the government must make both tests available by at least August that is A. B. C.'s Andy field the mayor of Lawrence says he thinks he has worked for the furlough nurses of Lawrence General Hospital and he spoke to WBZ's Karen regal there says the city needs all the nurses they can get right now so he's trying to arrange the nurses were not working at large general to come and work for the city of Lawrence these are services that we have to give to our to our citizens that we right now can't do fully without their support and so the more hands we could have won back specifically you know professional nursing and the better service we provide those nurses could reach out via phone and check on people screen patients and otherwise it's a question says the mayor as for the money to pay the mayor says he'll find it in the Merrimack valley Karen regal WBZ Boston news radio five oh three traffic and weather together the Subaru retailers of New England all wheel drive traffic on the threes where do you want to start Michael let's start at the west band with the mass turnpike here westbound is still in good shape here as you leave the city only about fifteen minutes to make it from the prudential total out to one twenty eight in western really nothing in your way the operative one twenty eight's good from the pike all the way into Wakefield in Peabody no issues on route three or ninety three up to the new Hampshire line an hour over route one we've got to offer insurance copter things look pretty good here if you're on route one itself overall is about twenty minutes or so for the Tobin bridge up to the Topsfield fairgrounds where all the action is this afternoon of course is in the parking lots and waiting to get in line at the supermarket there's quite a line outside the Chelsea market basket there's a pretty decent size line at the revere market basket as well president of the Babri insurance copter thanks I was gonna mention that increased traffic around hospitals around food banks and grocery stores and concerning the MBTA they're running weekend service during the week commuter rail lines on limited service and all ferry service has been stopped for now miking with.

Mayor Marty Walsh: “As mayor I will do whatever it takes to protect the people of Boston.”

Nightside with Dan Rea

00:49 sec | 2 years ago

Mayor Marty Walsh: “As mayor I will do whatever it takes to protect the people of Boston.”

"Boston mayor Marty Walsh at the Boston convention and exhibition centre today which is becoming a field hospital with a thousand bets half of them for homeless residents the mayor also pushing once again for social distancing WBZ's Karen recall seeing the convention center could become a covert nineteen care center with a thousand beds the mariners we help those bids not be used by staying home as mayor I will do whatever it takes to protect the people of Austin I asked the mayor what that means we shouldn't have to have police officers talk to groups of people to let them know that what they're doing is irresponsible and putting himself in harm's way of putting their family in harm's way and and quite honestly I'm still hoping that people will listen to what we're saying here today at city hall Karen regal WBZ Boston news

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WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:09 min | 2 years ago

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"Framingham location at the top of every hour the Peabody in back bay locations are closed miking WBZ's traffic on the threes well for the rest of the night we'll see more of these waves of this heavy rain right now live much of the eastern coast is getting a break from the rain have little bit of rain left in the city of Boston that's clearing up fast but I'm looking at the radar we have another rain band brother of heavy rain and downpours right behind it loach not just about forty yourself it'll feel like the thirties for most of us as this windows reeling with things more the same tomorrow temperatures holding steady in the forties really feels in the thirties and spanned a coming time after time of heavy rain all over the state Saturday we start to clear off clear out rather a little attempt near the coast at the start was breezy and quite chilly for the rest of the day near fifty this is WBZ newsradio ten thirty with the news watch never stop overcast right now in Boston forty one degrees but it feels like thirty one degrees out there at seven forty five good evening hi Nicole Davis from here the five things you need to know president trump announcing your goals tonight for nursing homes because of the corona virus more healthcare workers here in Massachusetts hundreds of them have come down with covert nineteen aircraft the patriots team plane is being downloaded right now at Logan airport by the National Guard after ferrying a million and ninety five respirators from China Boston mayor Marty Walsh says he hopes people in the city are finally getting the message to stay at home earlier today in his daily briefing governor Charlie Baker spoke about what the next few weeks to look like here in Massachusetts it's a big help and there's a big spread the number of confirmed cases a covert nineteen in Massachusetts range somewhere between forty seven thousand and a hundred seventy two thousand cases during the course of the pandemic that's about one point seven percent to two and a half percent of the total population of Massachusetts the DCU center in Worcester in the convention center in Boston are becoming field hospitals other locations being considered as well at the state house Karen regal WBZ Boston's news radio.

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Boston - State House Of massachusetts Closes To The Public

Jay Talking

00:51 sec | 2 years ago

Boston - State House Of massachusetts Closes To The Public

"Coronavirus forces the state house doors closed to the public hears WBZ's Karen regal the people's houses closed state Senate president Karen Spilka says is to control the spread of covert nineteen the state has will be closed to the public legislators constitutional officers staff employees and invited guests will be able to continue to come to the state house but we side very difficult we would be disinfecting the state house in the evening only to have lots of people and tourists come to the state house at the house and the Senate are meeting an informal session that's what the state constitution requires much of the focus coronavirus house speaker Robert DeLeo can't even begin to speculate if a state budget will be done on time reporting from the state house Karen regal WBZ Boston news

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Boston: One teen killed, another arrested in Dorchester

Jay Talking

00:45 sec | 2 years ago

Boston: One teen killed, another arrested in Dorchester

"A deadly day time shooting in Dorchester leaves a teenage you're dead here's WBZ's care and regal I can tell you right now folks the shooting in broad daylight we are not happy the sun was high in the air crisp with the smell of a fire done filled the winter air in the color red stain the concrete in front of six Cameron street a male eighteen suffering from a gunshot wound the police tape one up yellow and red an arrest was made says police commissioner William cross fifteen year old of a loaded firearm we're not saying that that suspect is the one responsible for the shooting the gang unit literally across the street police there heard the shots and responded in Dorchester Karen regal WBZ Boston's news radio

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WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:49 min | 2 years ago

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"Treatments for conditions like diabetes at the state house Karen regal WBZ Boston's newsradio well the swat team involved in looking for a suspect in Medford this morning it was believed to have attempted a robbery at a seven eleven trying to steal cash out of the register Cambridge in Somerville police also helping out of the investigation police at one point this morning at a stretch of road closed offer on college Javan Medford near the popular St Clement perish and there were several hours before that incident police had responded to the PLS check cashing location on the Medford Somerville line unclear if the incidents are connected the suspect police were after still has been caught another race horse euthanized at Santa Anita Park this week it is the forty fourth since December of twenty eighteen but twelve who runs the website horse racing wrong says the idea that more horses are dying a California Santa Anita racetrack than anywhere else is untrue it's not as soon as the need a problem it's an industry wide problem last year Belmont Park here in New York kill the just as many as and I need to in fact over two thousand horses are killed racing or training across America every year over two thousand he says horse racing should not be considered a sport because the animal athletes are work too hard when they're too young it's dangerous he says and deadly sherry Preston ABC news it's two oh seven will the nation's two largest teachers unions calling on schools to revise or eliminate all together active shooter drills they compile data along with a gun safety support group and they're saying the drills can harm the mental health of students and educators saying the school should instead concentrate on training teachers to respond to emergencies chief executive of the Alice training institute which runs those active shooter drills they say they are affected when done properly it's to await our WBZ newsradio check on Wall Street in business news we go live to Bloomberg here Sandra day Jim after posting disappointing earnings which it blamed mostly on tariffs online home good seller Wayfair is cutting jobs three hundred fifty at its headquarters here in Boston another two hundred jobs across the world and offices and warehouses following the revelation stock at Wayfair is falling as much as nine percent socking Coles is slipping about two percent following reports that chain is cutting two hundred fifty jobs and reorganizing some of its senior management calls a said it will reveal a new corporate strategy at next month's investor conference Wall Street falls then partly recovers as traders sift out the meaning of the big spike in confirmed corona virus cases from China right now the Dow is losing thirty four nasdaq gaining sixteen Andro day Bloomberg business on WBZ Boston's news radio two oh nine well checks sports with Adam Kaufman on the way next to the still not refinance your mortgage will soon you might be kicking.

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WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:57 min | 2 years ago

"karen regal wbz" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"That is where every employee is responsible were being proactive about safety and mentioning safety issues and also adopting the federal railroad administration policies on warning a real world that he does not do that the chair of the fiscal management control board twenty two key all is that they've got a pretty good year but key olestra runs under FRA guidelines that he does not to remember key at the commuter rail is outsourced to keel reporting from the state house Karen regal WBZ Boston news radio three on WBZ it is time for traffic and weather together we begin with the super region is a knowing look all wheel drive traffic on the three they ride here's Kevin all right it's not so good here up on four ninety five deals with a couple situations for ninety five south bound get reports of a possible rollover crash near the Chelmsford rest area and then three separate crashes reported down by Boston rotor soon after Boston road coming out of western in west Ford into that a little tin stretch for ninety five north bound already a tough go out a Boxborough getting up towards that Boston road stretch along the way there's a truck off the road at route two way here little Tim one twenty eight south bound tied up a bit here to a get together winter street in Waltham downtown lower deck not too bad I wanted to say to bridge but that lever down ramp is full to open your got a nice right now coming in from Chelsea store always bounce slow approaching Kenmore square and then again Copley tunnel on over towards leverage circle the airport totals are in pretty good shape expressway north bound stop and go first report way up to Columbia wrote about thirty five minutes Braintree to Boston southbound very busy as well from South Bay down for Savin hill Kevin Brennan WBZ's traffic on the threes frantic and weather together we check the four day WBZ accu weather forecast right now it's periods of rain in areas of fog today some of the dances we have mild temperatures.

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Driver Guilty In Crash That Killed Mass State Trooper

WBZ Afternoon News

01:35 min | 2 years ago

Driver Guilty In Crash That Killed Mass State Trooper

"In the trial of the man accused in the death the state trooper party the judge's ruling in which to this afternoon WBZ's Karen regal joins us now from the wish to Superior Court Karen what's the latest well not only was the court room filled Mike with state police to the family of the late trooper Tom according the hold filled as well more than fifty maps your state police troopers stored and waited outside the courtroom in silence as they waited for judge Janet can Walker to read her verdict should be accused at David you're going up thirty three years old of Webster chose to waive his right I don't like it was up to the judge to make the decision and that judge his fate and he was found guilty involuntary manslaughter and other charges in the case or quit of all you want you had been accused according to the Commonwealth all the driving while under the influence of marijuana before he slammed his vehicle into Thomas cartes cruiser wall was stopped on the side of the mouth right killing a clarity of father of it seven his wife in the court room why do tears from her eyes as that verdict was announced the the accused at David you go to I'll just bowed his chin to his chest earlier during this process last week we have an outburst in court where he apologized to the window and announced that he had done it today in court the judge that you wanted none of that he was surrounded by six court officers his bail revoked before settling on the twenty first reporting from Worcester Karen regal WBZ Boston

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WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:58 min | 3 years ago

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"Lawrence Karen regal WBZ Boston's newsradio it is six oh eight let's take a walk on Wall Street shall we this morning with Bloomberg business here's Andrew day good morning Andrew they wanted Jeff pushed by online merchants to get your packages to you ever more quickly is costing the business big especially the biggest in the business largely because of costuming from single day delivery Amazon is reporting its first year over year quarterly profit decline in two and a half years and the spending bill just been binge is not over costs will total a billion and a half dollars during the holiday quarter production for incoming revenue is come in below analysts forecast Amazon stock falling nine percent premarket Amazon stock price tumbled means founder Jeff Basil's will have to settle for being the world's second richest person again two years ago we took the top spot for on the Bloomberg billionaires index from Microsoft co founder Bill Gates but with this Amazon stock slide Basil's net worth falls to less than a hundred three billion dollars house gonna make it gates is worth about a hundred eight billion that's B. features up three points antero day Bloomberg business on WBZ Boston's newsradio teaching kids how to write cursive was never easy in school but now it's fun that story's coming up at six oh nine tension investors not earning eighteen to twenty one percent then your losing big time national realty's class a property fund includes only prime income producing property built for below market value your security recession proof with large apartment buildings your diversified with income streams from multiple buildings you have one hundred percent of free cash flows paid to you first this portfolio has six hundred million dollars in new construction equity value in Brooklyn Hoboken Jersey Gold Coast in Delray beach Florida nationals twelve year track record of proven success with eight hundred million dollars of property under management is based on prime income property only stop recession risk and stock market churned with diversified eighteen to twenty one percent returns for I'll raise our cash flow once you see these class A. locations you'll wonder what took you so long to call call to a one to.

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WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:01 min | 3 years ago

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WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:02 min | 3 years ago

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"Seventy two degrees mostly cloudy very breezy right now in Boston at two o'clock good afternoon to you and Tina gal here's what's happening a man is in Cambridge police custody after a very large police presence at Harvard square this afternoon WBZ's Karen regal joins us now live from the scene Karen what do we know about the suspect what we know about the suspect that he was wanted in Philadelphia for a homicide police tracked him here to Harvard square and when that happened Harvard students gone in alert from the university I just talked about thirty seconds to go to Harvard students and you showed me the message me alert that they gone it reads you you should avoid the area of JFK and Elliott street you do what police search for a potentially armed assailants shelter in place in the area more information will follow what that meant to the two students I just spoke to you was that when they were in class they walked the door they stayed inside and they waited for more instructions meantime so I got a little well here you have police are making their way through the streets looking for this guy and we had a military vehicle of your I talked to Antonio you seen Antonio he paints outside next to out of town news the news stand and he said wow we got a little scary which is a quote from him he says he wrote the beep beep beep in the pop up pop of the alarms making their way through Harvard square and he kind of stood back out of the way you said the tourist especially got a little frightened and he was very happy to hear on the news that what appear to have been happening was not indeed as bad as it seems especially he said considering what happened in Texas and Ohio reporting from Harvard square Karen regal WBZ Boston's news radio it is two oh two more violence in Boston and police want answers here's WBZ TV Easter Shawnee willow because of fear we come at six o'clock just to be in bed because you don't you can tell you just don't know what Austin.

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WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:58 min | 3 years ago

"karen regal wbz" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Karen regal WBZ Boston's newsradio a woman is struck in critically injured by falling debris in Boston an update now right now to three traffic and weather together let's start off with Mike king and the super retailers of New England all wheel drive traffic on the three good afternoon Mike how's it going out there a good afternoon Laurie yeah well we've got troubles to the north its route three north bound it's jammed up a good two to three miles through Kingsborough this is a crash up after route one thirteen at least one lane blocked at the scene will see how they progress with that crash elves were up north things are terrible one twenty eight north is slow for about a mile getting to ninety three ninety three north is okay up towards for ninety five and I see real ones off to a good start a past landfills parkway well the expressway south didn't have a chance today it's stop and go from the tunnel down to seven hill flow into the Braintree split too northbound slow coming up past furnace brook parkway and really crawling up towards the tunnel route three south stop in your route eighteen down past two twenty eight with ongoing road work and then much further south a mile wait for the Sagamore bridge almost a mile at the Bourne bridge and I route three north getting word of a crash by route fifty three expect delays there elsewhere downtown the lower decks okay the Tobin bridge outbound as that right lane restriction and the lever connectors filling and quickly my king WBZ's traffic on the threes and Mike will be back in less than ten minutes the forecast this day bottle a perfect ten in my humble opinion out there low humidity fair skies decorative clouds just a little bit of a breeze really really nice hopefully you have this as your vacation week although if you're on the Cape you're still dealing with those power outages again looking at to just over a thousand at this hour tonight clear and mild lows sixty seven downtown little bit closer to sixty in land and then tomorrow mostly sunny warm high eighty three we're looking at a warmer weekend on more humid too but great beach days for both Saturday and.

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WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:45 min | 3 years ago

"karen regal wbz" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Karen regal WBZ Boston's newsradio three thirty three WBZ it is time for traffic and weather together we begin with the server retailers will England all wheel drive traffic on the breeze Jack Arnott said Roland better than it had been I think a lot of people are settling in the air conditioned comfort somewhere still little bit tight on route three south bound over the Sagamore bridge though about a mile to get over that and over the born bridges will route twenty five still about a mile delay through there northbound on route three I just in the Plymouth area by beaver dam road looks like we have a little bit of a crash slowing things down a little bit traveling on the southbound side of route three we continue to see the latest getting past route eighteen that's in the women's stretch getting on the expressway north binder and okay shape don't get just about to the tip o'neill tunnel and then it slows down we've had several problems right at the exit of the tunnel getting on to the second bridge and we're just about to clear the third one in a row on the southbound side little bit sluggish getting out of the tip o'neill tunnel and then pockets of delays down to just about furnace brook parkway traveling out to the west much better shape on the mass pike just a short delay in Charlton right now coming off route eighty four route ninety eight route to ninety heading westbound in Shrewsbury we continue to see some delays there but now easier than it had been and traveling up to the north our stills on route ninety five getting up past the Hampton tolls you're just going to run into some delays once you get to the main border and other than that it's pretty pretty well route ninety five still sluggish in spots between route so one in ninety three and they will burn damper stretch I'm jacquard WBZ twenty four hour traffic network and now we check the four day WBZ accu weather forecast meteorologist Danielle little with us Danielle both the heat and humidity heard very high levels.

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